Cloud computing will have an immense impact on the economics of managing health plans in the months and years to come. Organizations in the public and private sectors are scrambling for new ways to streamline operations and reduce costs while securing better healthcare outcomes for health plan members.
Specifically, cloud computing offers an opportunity to:
Bring together health plan management data that exists in different databases for consolidated analysis;
Health plan administration processes today are hampered by silos of automation based on the limitations of legacy mainframe and client-server systems. Pertinent data is locked in servers and mainframes that cannot be accessed by decision-makers. This is a significant problem when you consider the inter-organizational nature of health plan management. Optimum results – on both the cost containment and healthcare outcome fronts – can only be achieved when employers, beneficiaries and healthcare providers have secure access to current, medical, pharmaceutical and financial information.
The inability to access current data and correlate them for collaborative analysis and action is one of the reasons health plan management is one of the fastest growing budget line-items for organizations.
In this webcast you will receive a multi-disciplinary perspective on:
The panel of experts discussing these critical issues include:
The webcast will be moderated by Lane Cooper, Editorial Director of the HPM Institute.
The rising costs of healthcare, the focus on improved outcomes, and a rapidly changing healthcare environment are driving innovation among providers and payers to improve delivery, quality, and patient satisfaction.
Healthcare Interactive delivers a secure, cloud-based SaaS/PaaS platform dedicated to all participants in healthcare, driving a new era of Healthcare Performance Management powered by BIG data.
The Healthspace Cloud™ integrates and aggregates disparate healthcare data and redelivers that data as knowledge to the appropriate stakeholders, enabling communication, transparency, collaboration and engagement across the healthcare continuum.